The Los Angeles Chargers will be at Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa for 14 practices between July 28 and August 22.
The team has officially announced its training camp schedule and fans can now start making plans to attend the team’s practice facility to watch the Bolts get ready for the upcoming season.
The team will report for camp on Friday, July 27 and the first practice will be held the following day. All practices will run from 10:00 am until 12:00 pm. Also, many of the practices will also include some special events.
Thursday, August 2: Youth Football Day
Monday, August 6: Special Olympics Day
Monday, August 13: Salute to Military Day
Wednesday, August 15: First Responders Day
Monday, August 20: NFL Flag Football Day
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In addition, the team will hold its annual scrimmage on Saturday, August 4 at a location to be announced. Later in the summer, the New Orleans Saints will be back to participate in two joint practices with the team prior to their preseason clash on August 25.
So those are the dates for the practice sessions this summer and during those, fans will get a close-up look at how several key storylines will play out. Who will be the team’s No.2 running back? Does Jatavis Brown still fit into the defensive scheme? How will Jason Verrett look after missing most of the last two seasons due to injury?
Of course, there will be much more to look for when the Bolts hit Costa Mesa in just over one month.
Which one of these practices are you looking to attend? Make sure to take something for a player to sign, you never know when you might be able to snag an autograph or two.